Charli Whitlock is an Associate Director in Control Risks’ forensic investigations practice in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Based in London, Charli specialises in investigations relating to behavioural conduct such as harassment, bullying and sexual misconduct, human rights related issues such as exploitation and abuse, as well as complex regulatory investigations involving bribery, corruption and fraud.
Charli’s recent projects include:
Leading a regulatory investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption in Kenya, which also included allegations of sexual misconduct and discrimination.
Working alongside external counsel, led a regulatory investigation into human rights abuse and breach of data privacy in the UK.
Leading numerous investigations into sexual harassment, bullying and retaliation in Central Europe and the Middle East.
Providing investigative review concerning sexual exploitation and abuse risk as part of a wider governance review for a large sporting association.
Delivering investigation training to various clients which covers investigative interviewing and approaching investigations into sensitive matters such as sexual and psychological harassment.
Prior to joining Control Risks, Charli worked as an investigator for the Innocence Project.
Charli holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Criminology and Criminal Justice, as well as a CHS Alliance certification for Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Investigation.